Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania

Section for Biomedical Image Analysis (SBIA)

Funding

Principle Investigator: Christos Davatzikos

  • Computational neuroanatomy of aging and AD via pattern analysis
  •   (2R01AG014971, NIH/NIA, 09/01/2011 - 05/31/2017)
  • Predicting brain tumor progression via multiparametric image analysis and modelin
      (2R01NS042645, NIH/NINDS, Davatzikos, Christos, Ph.D., 09/01/2014-05/31/2019)
  • Cancer imaging phenomics software suite: application to brain and breast cancer
      (1U24CA189523, NIC/NCI, PI: Davatzikos, Christos/Kontos, Despina, 09/01/2015 - 08/31/2020)
  • Early Markers of Alzheimer's disease (AD) in BLSA Participants - Structural and Functional Brain Changes: Quantitative Analysis of Longitudinal MR Images
      (HHSN271201500049C, NIH, PI: Davatzikos, Christos, Ph.D., 09/29/2016 - 09/28/2018)
  • Pattern Analysis of fMRI via machine learning/sparse models: application to brain development
      (1R01EB022573, NIH/NIBIB, PIs: Davatzikos, Christos/Fan, Yong, 07/01/2016 - 03/31/2020)
  • Computational Modeling and Analysis of Brain Tumor
      (Old Dominium University, NIH, 7/1/16 - 6/30/19)
  • Biomedical Image Computing and Informatics Cluster
      (1 S10 OD023495-01, NIH S10 High-End Instrumentation (HEI) Grant, 4/1/2017 – 3/31/2018)
  • Heterogeneity of Multi-Modal Imaging Signatures of Aging, MCI, Alzheimer’s Disease via Pattern Analysis
      (1RF1AG054409, NIH, 04/15/2017 — 03/31/2022)
Collaborative Funding
  • Parkinson's Disease and Dementia
     (PI: Dr. Chen-Plotkin, P50NS053488, NIH, 01/2012 – 06/30/2017)
  • Longitudinal Studies of Coronary Artery Risk Development in Young Adults (CARDIA)
     (PI: Nick R. Bryan, 000501394-sc007, University of Alabama at Birmingham, 11/01/2014-10/31/2017)
  • Atrial fibrillation burden, vascular disease of the brain and cardiac MRI in MESA
    (PI: Nick R. Bryan, University of Washington, 08/01/2015 -06/30/2017)
  • Multimodal brain maturation indices modulating psychopathology and neurocognition
    (PI: Ruben Gur, R01MH107235, NIH, 08/01/15-05/31/18)
  • Longitudinal multi-modal neuroimaging of irritability in youth
    (PI: Theodore Satterthwaite, R01MH107703, NIH, 9/01/15-5/31/19)
  • Multi-parametric 4-D Imaging Biomarkers for Neoadjuvant Treatment Response
    (PI: Despina Kontos, 1R01CA197000-01A1, NIH, 4/19/16 - 3/31/21)
  • Dimensional connectomics of anxious misery
  • (PI: Yvette Sheline, 1U01MH109991-01, NIMH, 06/03/16-02/28/20)
  • Computational Modeling and Analysis of Brain Tumor
    (Subcontract, PI Dr. Khan, Old Dominium University, NIH, 7/1/16 - 6/30/19)
  • Methodology for PET Imaging of Role of Dopamine D3 Receptor in Addiction
    (PI: Robert Doot, 1K01DA040023, NIH, 4/1/2016 – 3/31/2021)
  • Training in Structural, Physiologic and Functional MRI
    (PI: Felix Wehrli, T32, NIH, 04/01/16 - 03/31/21)
  • Integrative Training in the Neurocircuitry of Affective Disorders
    (PI: Yvette Sheline, T32, NIH, 04/01/16 - 03/31/21)
  • Research Track Radiology Residency
    (PI: Mitchell Schnall, T32-EB004311, NIH Training grant, 7/1/2016 -6/30/2021)

Principle Investigator: Ragini Verma

  • Temporal connectomics for infant brain: neurodevelopment modulated by pathology
      (R01HD089390-01A1, NIH, 02/01/2017 — 01/31/2021)
  • Connectomics meets neuro-oncology: mapping the brain for treatment planning
      (1 R01 NS096606, NIH, 3/1/2016 - 2/28/2021)
  • Novel computational methods for higher order diffusion MRI in autism
      (1R01MH092862, NIH, 09/28/10-06/30/17)
  • Fiber tractography in the presence of edema
      (Synaptive Medical, Inc, 7/1/2016 - 6/30/2018)
Collaborative Funding
  • Multimodal brain maturation indices modulating psychopathology and neurocognition
      (PI: Raquel Gur, R01MH107235, NIH, 07/01/2015-06/30/2018)
  • Cancer imaging phenomics software suite: application to brain and breast cancer
      (PI: Christos Davatzikos/Despina Kontos, 1U24CA189523-01A1, NIH, 09/01/2015 - 08/31/2020
    )
  • Detection and Mechanisms of Mild Traumatic Brain Injury
      (PI: Douglas Hamilton Smith, 5R01NS092398, NIH, 04/01/2015 - 03/31/2020)
  • Training in Structural, Physiologic and Functional MRI
      (PI: Felix Wehrli, Training Grant, NIH, 04/01/16 - 03/31/21)
  • Research Track Radiology Residency
      (PI: Mitchell Schnall, T32-EB004311, NIH Training grant, 7/1/2016 -6/30/2021)

Principle Investigator: Yong Fan

  • Pattern Analysis of fMRI via machine learning/sparse models: application to brain development
      (R01NS089630, NIH, Co-PIs: Davatzikos/Fan, 07/01/2016 - 06/30/2020)
Collaborative Funding
  • Cancer imaging phenomics software suite: application to brain and breast cancer
      (PI: Christos Davatzikos/Despina Kontos, 1U24CA189523-01A1, NIH, 09/01/2015 - 08/31/2020
  • Longitudinal multi-modal neuroimaging of irritability in youth
      (PI: Theodore Satterthwaite, R01MH107703, NIH, 09/01/15 - 05/31/19)
  • Targeting dopamine D3 receptors in cocaine addiction
      (PI: Childress, R01DA039215-01A1, NIH/NIDA, 04/01/2016 - 01/31/2020)
  • Center for the Development of Novel Medications for Cocaine Dependence
      (PI: Kampman, U54 DA039002, NIH/NIDA, 09/15/2014 – 07/31/2019)
  • Biomedical Image Computing and Informatics Cluster
      (PI: Davatzikos, 1 S10 OD023495-01, NIH S10 High-End Instrumentation (HEI) Grant Application, 4/1/2017 – 3/31/2018)